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Publish Date: January 5, 2021

Share the GOOD

Let's start off 2021 by spreading a little Goodwill.

To get things started, local business needs your support more than ever. Starting January 8th, 2021, you can lend your support simply by visiting Goodwill.

Limited Time Offer!

For a limited time (until supplies run out) we are offering a SHARE THE GOOD package just for you! This $10 package contains valuable gift cards to various locally owned restaurants and coffee shops. It is valued at over $40.

This could be the perfect last minute gift for someone OR you could use the gift cards yourself to help stimulate the economy!

Just ask the cashier for more information on purchasing a SHARE THE GOOD package!


Our amazing team at Career Connections helped assemble the SHARE THE GOOD packages and provided valuable work experience for persons with disabilities within their Pathway to Employment training through Goodwill.

This team in Grande Prairie, Sherwood Park and Edmonton had a system in place to help create help packages for the United Way and stepped up to use their resources in creating these SHARE THE GOOD packages.


This SHARE THE GOOD package contains so many benefits, for so many people as we support, including:

Albertans with disabilities
front line workers
local businesses

Truly a SHARE THE GOOD venture!

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This project to help stimulate locally owned restaurants and coffee shops is made possible by the wonderful people at JLL Commercial Real Estate, Willy's Trucking, LiveWell Benefits and JRoss Recruiters.

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